Paleo Brownie

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Everyone knows that the Easter bunny brings eggs and everyone also knows that those eggs must be filled with chocolate. Everyone knows that at Easter there must be an egg hunt - whether in the living room, in the garden, in the bedroom, or even in the kitchen.

Painted Eggs Ingredients Eggs 1 bottle of color varnish of your choice 1 cup (which may become unusable) Hot water 1 Needle or Corkscrew Method With the help of the needle make a small hole in the top of the egg. Gently open a small hole so that the white and the yolk can come out. Wash the peel with water and salt. Repeat with the eggs you want to use. Put the hot water in the bowl - the hot water allows the varnish not to sink so quickly. With the vial of the varnish close to the water, let the paint fall. Quickly soak the egg with cautioning the the water doesn't enter inside. Let it dry in a warm place - I set it in the sun.

Paleo Chocolate Brownie Ingredients 2 eggs 2 ripe bananas 1 tablespoon pure cocoa powder 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil 2 tablespoons grated coconut Method Prepare muffin tin and make a kind of nest with aluminum foil to put the eggshell right. In a bowl mash the bananas and add the eggs, the cocoa powder, the coconut oil and the grated coconut. Stir well until the dough is uniform. Place the batter inside a pastry nozzle and fill the shells through the hole. Bake at 185ΒΊC for about 18 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

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